Spike to show the first trailer from next Bethesda game tomorrow

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 19:00 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


Geoff Keighley has tweeted that Bethesda will announce its next game tomorrow night on Spike TV.

A trailer is also expected, so if you get the channel, tune in at 11pm EST. Otherwise wait until Friday when it hits the net.

It’s expected to be the untitled Splash Damage game, which earlier in the month, was reported as being copyrighted as “Brink” with the USPTO.

Tomorrow will reveal all.


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  1. Hunam

    Splash Damage are heroes.

    Can’t wait.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Gekidami

    Wishful thinking: It might be the next Elder Scroll!

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Hunam

    Don’t say that!!!!

    #3 6 years ago
  4. Stephany Nunneley

    Don’t even say that Gek! Gets me all giggly thinking about one and I can’t concentrate. :-)

    #4 6 years ago
  5. Gekidami

    Well some time ago Bethesda did say that the next Elder Scroll was planned, and right after they’d start on Fallout 4, its not impossible after all.

    #5 6 years ago
  6. Herlock

    I play Quake Wars on PC is so great, cant wait!

    #6 6 years ago
  7. No_PUDding

    Well, take it to somewhere interesting. I know it won’t get more interesting than Morrowind.

    Maybe they should take it to the 5th Era like that one note implied. A Sci-Fi future in Morrowind.

    Or maybe they should do one in Cyrodiil agin, except make it how Cyrodiil actually is.

    #7 6 years ago
  8. fearmonkey

    No_pudding, You crack me up with your anti-oblivion statements…

    “Or maybe they should do one in Cyrodiil agin, except make it how Cyrodiil actually is.”

    I would think Todd Howard would have a better idea of the Elders scrolls world than any of us, since he was involved in most, if not all, the games in it’s history.

    I played Morrowind for like 500 hours, and loved it, but Oblivion felt more real to me, even though it didnt have near the content Morrowind did.

    I heard the next game was going to be based on Skyrim, which I cannot wait to play.

    #8 6 years ago
  9. Gekidami

    I never played Morrowind but wasnt it an island in the game?

    #9 6 years ago
  10. Hunam

    Jah, Vvardenfall IIRC. Morrowind was easily my favourite ES, Oblivion just seems a little generic fantasy.

    #10 6 years ago
  11. No_PUDding

    fearmonkey, Todd Howard has always been in the ‘producer’ seat, more than anything. He never joined in on the oficcial forums, there were clearly quite a few of the devs who were insanely deep into it, but not him. I am sure he does know though, but selling this alien world would be way more difficult.

    I hope now the name is recognisable, that they will make it crazy again. And I hope no Skyrim involvement, yet another boring Imperial controlled province.

    I’d like to hear about the Nerevarine again. Or play as him.

    As I have said many times here, the guy behind the amazingness in the lore is MK. And Daggerfalls PGE, tells you exactly how all the provinces are.

    #11 6 years ago
  12. Hunam

    I’m pretty sure Morrowind did well, ok not Oblivion and Fallout well but it was no slouch despite the utter terrible condition it shipped in.

    #12 6 years ago
  13. Scyrenn

    Daggerfall remake? ^^


    #13 6 years ago
  14. freedoms_stain

    Who says the next Elder Scrolls game has to be set in a single territory, hmmm?

    #14 6 years ago
  15. No_PUDding

    Good point Freedom Stains…

    I reckon it will still be one province… Bethesda don’t need MORE work on their hands unless they release a watered and scaled down Tamriel.

    Yeah Hunam, defintely nowhere near Oblivion numbers, and you’re completely right about the state it released in on both platforms.. It was just a mess.

    #15 6 years ago
  16. Hunam

    I think as Morrowind was pre-world levelling it had a nice charm to it. You start off having to go 10 rounds to hurt a rat and end up making mince meat of gods. You don’t get that satisfaction in oblivion or fallout 3.

    #16 6 years ago
  17. No_PUDding


    I want that from Demon’s Souls.

    To be fair, actually killing Vivec, is fucking difficult even as an incredible badass. Unless you meant Dagoth Ur, in which case, he’s not really a God anymore.

    I was like an Imperial badass, and a rarity collector. Head Knight of the Imperial Legion, and also Head of House Redoran. So I guess ultimately I wanted to ease some of the political tension. Pretty cool.

    p.s Deja Vu… A tramp just walked by again… Not the same one.

    #17 6 years ago
  18. freedoms_stain

    I bought Morrowind AFTER Oblivion, having heard how awesome it was from peeps like you guys, but I couldn’t get into it as much, too much RPG for me.

    If I have a shield I want to be able to use it based on how fast I can get my finger to the shield button, not based on what my shield or defence stats are.

    #18 6 years ago
  19. No_PUDding

    I expect the non player levelled creatures made t much more difficult to get into.

    I just did it so I eased myself in REALLY easy. That’s why I started with that Imperial guy. Focused on Mercantile and speechcraft, and then a became a badass afterwards.

    But I do have tons of other charcters too, more difficult.

    But I love no fast travel too.

    It’s so exciting to find these places. Especially when you first get the adventuring bug. Suddenly you find as much if the transport from the towns as possible.

    #19 6 years ago
  20. Hunam

    With a few choice buffs Vivec only managed to last about a minute against me.

    I just liked having max jump stat, and surfing across the island :P

    #20 6 years ago
  21. Stephany Nunneley

    Pudding is right. Nothing like going over every corner of the map to see what you can find. It’s fulfilling really.

    With Obilivion,I have logged in 600 or so hours, maybe. Too afraid to look.

    Morrowind? I logged 750 hours last time I checked, and still have not completed the entire thing. I had to stop. Seriously, I did.

    Still, once in a while, I hear it calling my name through the aether…

    /kidding :-D

    #21 6 years ago
  22. Hunam

    600 hours!?

    750 hours!!!!?

    Seek help, quickly.

    #22 6 years ago
  23. No_PUDding

    Oh man, and when that Bosmer falls from the sky near Seyda Neen.

    I LOVED the scrolls you took from his corpse.

    Most epic find I ever had though, was I entered a boring lookign Ancestral Tomb, and there was a lock at the bottom. I had comissioned a ring with the spell open lock of 100 on touch.

    And the lock was 99! Anyway, I went down about 10 flights of slopes (as they don’t use stairs), to find another 99 lock. Used my rign again, and foudn a MASSIVE open cavern, and steps leadign down to the water, where it becomes a maze.

    So again, using my initiative, I had found a levitate ring.. I used that and discovered it was the Burial ground for some guy. There was a Daedric Helm (SOO rare and not levelled) and tons of gems and gold, and another artifact I can’t remember.

    I was amazed. I thnk I am gonna go play it now.

    #23 6 years ago
  24. Hunam

    I sold mine after my decidedly *sane* 80 hour game save got lost in a hard drive fail.

    #24 6 years ago
  25. Patrick Garratt

    Hunam – Whoops.

    #25 6 years ago
  26. No_PUDding

    Had a hard drive failure too. But people like you to think that stuff is more difficult (or impossible) to reclaim than it is.

    A friend of mine works with these people who help forensic investigators get data from hard drives that have been smashed, burned or failed. I ahve a whole spare computer on an 80gb external Harddrive now. With my Morrowind saves.

    #26 6 years ago
  27. deanimate

    hard drive failure? try getdataback and also put the drive in the freezer for at least a few hours.
    saved me a few times that has :)

    #27 6 years ago
  28. Hunam

    Epic whoops, I had a 50 hours Baldur’s Gate 2 and 60 hour Planescape: Torment saves on there too, both a stones throw from the final bosses. That was certainly a bad day to quit anabolic steroids.

    #28 6 years ago
  29. Patrick Garratt

    That would probably make me less than happy.

    #29 6 years ago
  30. Hunam

    Well, back then I was like 16 and I had those IBM drives that became infamous for eating themselves. We did try like hell to get something back, but it was a lost cause.

    Had failes since and I’ve managed to recover the data from them, but this one was utter cunting epic.

    #30 6 years ago
  31. El_MUERkO

    i hope whatever it is they’re doing it on a new engine, i think fallout 3 has pushed the oblivion engine as far as it can go

    #31 6 years ago
  32. Hunam

    My dream is that one day my children’s children will be able to play a Bethesda game and have a diagonal run animation.

    #32 6 years ago
  33. No_PUDding

    El Muerko, I think it’s completely fine.

    Bethesda just don’t want to do the animation. Budget and tiem constraints etc.

    Fallout 3 was smallera dn more linear than Oblivion. Definitely no problems at all.

    #33 6 years ago
  34. Lutz

    If this is TES5 I will personally wet my pants.

    #34 6 years ago
  35. Lutz

    I will also personally wet anyone elses pants too, if they should need such a service.

    #35 6 years ago
  36. Hunam

    There’s no excuse for missing out an integral part of third person presentation 3 times in a row.

    #36 6 years ago
  37. No_PUDding

    Well, I just agve you one. And i am the firsst eprson to moan about it.

    I think Bethesda are shit at the moment.

    #37 6 years ago
  38. Hunam

    I really enjoyed Fallout 3, despite it’s obvious presentation flaws and utter disregard for Fallout canon. Seems like Bethesda do all the really hard stuff and just bodge the basics.

    #38 6 years ago
  39. Patrick Garratt

    As far as I’m aware it’s a new IP. I’m pretty sure this is the Splash Damage game.

    #39 6 years ago
  40. Hunam

    To be honest, I want to send out a giant hug, kiss and ass grope to Bethesda for picking up projects with Splash Damage and Obsidian. Both utterly class developers that love their fans and make games unashamedly for them instead of the mass market.

    #40 6 years ago
  41. No_PUDding

    Ironic, coming from Bethesda.

    Maybe they will chnage their ways too now they ARE in the spotlight, of the hardcore market.

    If so, I don’t mind Oblivion being shit, for that.

    #41 6 years ago
  42. Hunam

    Yeah, I’m not sure how but Bethesda have tapped the ultra hardcore and casual markets in just the right way. I have no idea how they manage to get the sales figures they do with a high fantasty RPG and a virtually unknown to the masses post-nuclear war rpg.

    #42 6 years ago
  43. No_PUDding

    Ill tell you how. The stars were right for them and lots of it, is their own doing.

    Very early in all the consoles life cycles, they port a game from PC, that’s depth cannot be compared to anything developed on the console exclsuively.

    It’s a very scalable engine, with a TON of scalable middlewares.

    It’s massive, and the only RPG out on the consoles, with the most innnoffensive and dull, fantasy
    settings ever.

    Word spreads, and there we have Oblivions success.

    In the HD generation, people realise making a massive RPG is fucking difficult. HD assets or current gen quality assets make things much more difficult to do on a large scale.

    Suddenly Bethesda is the only developer invested in doing that.

    Now people are starting to recognise the Bethesda name.

    #43 6 years ago
  44. wz

    TES: AkaVir. Please.

    #44 6 years ago
  45. No_PUDding

    They aren’t capable of doing stuff in Tamriel. Please don’t give them creative freedom in Akavir, thats such a potentially awesome place. And much cooler as an ‘off-stage’ setting.

    And there are tons of unexplored ‘assumed’ Empires on Nirn.

    Atmora, where the original Imperial/Nords came from.

    Yokuda, where the Redguard came from. And is now inhabited by sload.

    Pyandonea, where the yellow elves came from, or the maomer.

    Akavir is just the most popular in the previus two TES games, becuase both played a huge role in alliance between Akviri and the Imperials.

    Damn… I LOVE this game.

    #45 6 years ago
  46. wz

    I loved MW a lot, I think I read through the bigger part of all the books in that game. Too bad Oblivion was such a let-down, lore wise. (Was there even explained, in the game, how the stuff happening in TES3 spawned the events of TES4? I don’t think so.)

    I still think it could be Akavir. An island with four distinct cultures. The size of Vvardenfell, all carefully designed. No vast empty spaces. Lots of never seen before lore about the whole Akaviri culture and the early times of men and mer. Not happening.

    #46 6 years ago
  47. No_PUDding

    The stuff happening in TeS3 really wasn’t that relative at all. the Oblivion Crisis was of it’s own nature.

    Ald’ruhn was destroyed by it however. And the departure of the Nerevarine to Akavir, is partly to blame.

    But Akavir is like untouched snow. And Bethesda of these days will amke it yellow.

    Who’s there, I know there’s the serpents men, those are what are conventionally called the Akviri. But theres like snow yetis and stuff isn’t there? I can’t remember

    #47 6 years ago
  48. fearmonkey

    No_pudding – You really love Morrowind, and for that i commend you, it was an amazing game, as was the games before it.
    oblivion had its faults, i wasnt a fan of the world leveling along with you, but it was easier for newbies to the series to get into.
    I also wished that they woulnt have made every quest all voice, some text would have been nice, and to make the game
    a bit more like morrowind with the unending amount of quests.
    I had quite a few friends that tried morrowind but couldnt get into it. As was stated above, it was too serious an RPG for them, and I could understand that.
    Oblivion could have been better in alot of ways, but im confident that bethesda will improve rather than degrade the series as you seem to be afraid of.

    #48 6 years ago
  49. No_PUDding

    I don’t really mind the gameplay tweaks in Oblivion to be honest.

    I didn’t like world levelling really, that’s very true.

    But otuside of that it was ALL visual design that I hated. From lore Cyrodiil is a jungle, almost impenetrable. Not a European forest.

    The Imperial City is a MASSIVE city, with many different islands, canals and gondolas. It’s a lot like Venice.

    And for cities like Cheydinhal, well they were ridiculously represented.

    As was the beastiary. And as was the watered down culture.

    #49 6 years ago
  50. Blerk

    Holy fucking shit! Don’t you guys ever go to bed?

    #50 6 years ago

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  • Future Assassin’s Creed games will have greater focus on modern timeline

    Ubisoft plans to focus more on modern timelines in future Assassin’s Creed games, the company suggested during its latest community livestream. During the Twitch stream, one of the lead writers for the Assassin’s Creed series, Darby McDevitt, said the modern timeline for Brotherhood’s town of Monteriggioni could inspire future development. “That only came about because […]

  • Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 is coming to Xbox One next month

    Halfbrick has announced Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 for Xbox One will release next month. The mobile title made its way onto Xbox 360 garnering 1 million downloads as of March 2012. It has a new multiplayer mode for up to four players with Battle and Party modes along with a new progression system. An announcement […]

  • New GTA 5 PC screens – shit the bed!

    Rockstar has pumped out 15 new screens for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5. Don’t touch them, because they’re electric. And if you touch them, you’ll get shocked. The PC version of GTA 5 has been delayed until April 14, which both sucks and blows. BUT! There’s a new trailer coming between now […]

  • Sony Japan accidentally erases 20th Anniversary PS4 contest entries

    Sony Japan has accidentally erased all information obtained from PlayStation owners who entered to win a 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4. Those who purchased PlayStation 3, PS4, Vita or Vita TV between December 4 – January 15 were handed a calendar with a code which entered them into the contest. Somehow, all data collected from the […]

  • Hearthstone datamine suggests Blackrock Mountain expansion on the way

    Hearthstone’s next update may be based on World of Warcraft’s Molten Core raid, if datamined information posted on Hearthpwn is spot-on. According to files mined from the latest patch, three new cosmetic card backs are on the way, one of which is called Molten Core. The data suggests that pre-ordering the Blackrock Mountain expansion will […]

  • Using Battlefield Hardline single-player gadgets increases your metagame rewards

    Gadgets contained in Battlefield Hardline’s campaign mode have been detailed, and each provides the player with various ways in which to solve crimes. According to design director Scott Warner, one way to “diffuse” a conflict when confronted with criminal activity is to flash your badge and ordering the criminal to freeze. Putting your gun on […]

  • Mortal Kombat X video is all about story mode, new characters

    After promising a new Mortal Kombat X reveal “soon”, NetherRealm Studios has made good on said promise by releasing the story trailer. The video shows parts of the story mode featuring Mileena, which takes place 25 years after the events of 2011′s Mortal Kombat. Outworld has become a larger threat and new fighters joining the […]

  • Destiny’s shotgun and pulse rifle buffs mean it’s time to rethink your load-out

    Destiny’s most-ignored weapons got major boosts this week. It’s time to start thinking about how to work them into your set-up. Even if you’re used to using scout rifles and sniper rifles as a general loud-out (neither class was touched by 1.1.1), the buffs to pulse rifles and shotguns should make you rethink your contextual […]

  • Battlefield Bad Company 2: five years later, what did it do so right?

    It’s been five years since the release of Battlefield Bad Company 2. What did the much-loved entry in the franchise do for the Battlefield series? Westie’s played Battlefield Bad Company 2 for over 1,260 hours on PS3 and PC. That’s dedication. In his latest video he discusses the stand out moments from a FPS classic, […]

  • War is hell in this Zombie Army Trilogy gameplay trailer

    Here’s five minutes of headshots, shambling zombies and an undead Hitler from Rebellion’s upcoming Zombie Army Trilogy. The Sniper Elite spin-off arrives on PS4, PC and Xbox One March 6 and includes three games (obviously) and a new Horde mode.

  • Titan Souls releases on PS4, Vita, PC on April 14

    Ace indie giant-slayer Titan Souls will be released on PS4, Vita and PC on April 14. Publisher Devolver confirmed the date to Eurogamer. Those of us in Europe will have to wait until a day later for release. Titan Souls is a tough-as-nails indie game where you have one life to slay a giant enemy. […]

  • Destiny weekly update: lowdown on Inferno Crucible, Vault Transfer improvements

    Destiny’s weekly update has made some pretty significant changes – let Arekkz Gaming take you through them. Bungie has revealed the first release date for the new Inferno Crucible mode, and made it a lot easier to access your vault. You should subscribe to Arekkz Gaming. It will improve your life.

  • Destiny: Xur location and inventory Feb 27, 28

    It’s Xursday again – what treats does he have for you this week? He’s in the North Tower, to the right of the Stranger’s room. Let’s take a look at the latest weapons and gear from your favourite Destiny trader. No Backup Plans [Titan Gauntlets] – 13SC ATS/8 Arachnid [Hunter Helmet] – 13SC Heart of […]

  • Battlefield Hardline will be stable on PC at launch, Visceral assures

    PC format is “by far the best gaming platform around,” says Hardline producer. “We’re doing what we can to take advantage of people’s different system with the graphics, framerate, controls, etc. We’re not just porting it over.” Battlefield Hardline developer Visceral is reassuring players that there will not be a repeat of the disastrous Battlefield […]

  • Win Pneuma: Breath of Life for Xbox One

    We have 10 download codes for new indie puzzler Pneuma: Breath of Life for Xbox One to give away. The be in with a chance of winning a code, just enter your details below and we’ll pull the winners from the hat on Monday March 2nd, after 2pm GMT. Pneuma: Breath of Life is a […]

  • Life is Strange Episode 2 delayed

    Life is Strange Episode 2 won’t make its expected release date. The first Life is Strange episode released on January 30, and we had expected the second to follow on March 13. Square Enix has since confirmed to Destructoid that the next chapter won’t make its release date. There’s been no word of the new […]

  • Mortal Kombat X: which character will be revealed tomorrow?

    Mortal Kombat X director Ed Boon is teasing a new character reveal. During today’s Mortal Kombat X livestream, NetherRealm said that a new character would be revealed “very soon”. Boon followed up with this teasing tweet suggesting the reveal will occur tomorrow: Very soon? As in tomorrow? :/ — Ed Boon (@noobde) February 26, 2015 […]

  • Halo played by Twitch is an exercise in great patience

    TwitchPlaysHalo is ridiculous. Halo: Combat Evolved is the latest game to be sucked into the “TwitchPlays” phenomenon, and the results are somewhat painful to spectate. If you’re not familiar with the setup, which debuted with TwitchPlaysPokemon, the game accepts commands from the channels’ chat stream. Although it doesn’t have the strategic RPG elements of Pokemon, […]

  • Gold Amiibo sold out, selling at five times RRP on auction sites

    Gold Mario Amiibo are expected to sell for pretty astounding profits on eBay and other auction sites. The Walmart-exclusive Gold Mario Amiibo is already completely sold out. Plenty of people managed to snaffle them to resell, though. There are now dozens of listings on eBay and other auction sites. One of the average asking prices […]

  • Canadian new game prices jump to $75

    Canadian gamers are in for an unpleasant price hike. As spotted by HardcoreGamer, the local Canadian branches of Amazon and EB Games have raised the prices of upcoming games to CAD$75. The CAD$5 increasing comes within a year of prices hitting the CAD$70 point. CAD$75 (£38/€53) currently exchanges for $60, the standard US pricing. The […]

  • New Xenoblade Chronicles X footage shows weather, day-night cycle

    The latest Xenoblade Chronicles X footage shows off a gloriously beautiful world. Xenoblade Chronicles X is Monolith Soft’s first solo Wii U game, and the developer is clearly enjoying being able to build a big open world with all the features we’ve come to expect. Missed the whole Xenoblade thing? Chronicles X is a sort […]

  • Dead Rising: Watchtower teaser talks up the benefits of Zombrex

    Live-action Dead Rising movie Watchtower is almost upon us. Dead Rising: Watchtower will release on Crackle on March 27, and via other digital distributors thereafter. Enjoy the short teaser below, courtesy of IGN.

  • We Happy Few debut hits you upside the face with a frying pan

    Contrast developer Compulsion Games has revealed its next project – the delightfully creepy-looking We Happy Few. We Happy Few is set in “a drug-fuelled, retrofuturistic city in an alternative 1960s England” where “a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial”. Players are tasked with blending in with […]

  • Slender: The Arrival creeping onto PS4, Xbox One in March

    Slender: The Arrival sold like hotcakes on PC and last-gen consoles, so why not terrify yourself on PS4 and Xbox One, too? Slender: The Arrival will release on PS4 on March 24 and on Xbox One on March 25, developer Blue Isle Studios has announced, for $10. No word on that Wii U version, though. […]

  • GOG weekend sale celebrates German debut

    DRM-free games vendor GOG is celebrating its German-language launch with a tasty sale. The sale offers discounts over 25 “German favourites”. Highlights inclue 97% off Deponia, and less steep but still tasty savings on Memoria and Blackguards 1 and 2. The sale will run through March 3, and you do not have to be, speak, […]

  • Humble Weekly Bundle goes back to Japan

    The latest Humble Weekly Bundle is called Made in Japan, and I’m sure you can guess the theme. Pay what you want for Cherry Tree High Complete Pack (PC; Steam or DRM free), Fairy Bloom Freesia (PC; Steam or DRM free) and Influent + Language Pack (Linux, Mac, PC; Steam or DRM free). Pay more […]

  • Capcom “looking into” solutions to Resident Evil: Revelations PC co-op issue

    Resident Evil: Revelations 2 fans should sit tight for a bit, as Capcom is working on some sort of solution to the co-op issue. Resident Evil: Revelations 2 doesn’t have local co-op on PC and fans are pretty mad about that, as it was advertised ahead of release as a key feature. Although Capcom has […]

  • The games industry is disruption, says Assassin’s Creed producer

    Former Assassin’s Creed producer Jade Raymond has characterised the games industry as one long series of upsets. The games industry changes all the time, and that’s one of its best qualities, Raymond said. The ex-Ubisoft leader told Polygon that the reason seh got into games in the first place was because it “is this undefined […]

  • GTA 5 made $31 million in digital revenue in January

    GTA 5 is the highest-grossing title at the moment in terms of digital revenue, and the PSN is absolutely minting it. Digital games industry analyst Superdata has extended its scope to include console games, which means we suddenly have access to a whole bunch of data we’ve only been able to guess at, or extrapolate […]

  • Destiny: Inferno playlists debut next week

    Destiny PvP will shake things up next week with a new way to slaughter your mates in the Crucible. Destiny is already a skilled PvP game, but the new Inferno playlists will turn things up a notch with a focus on “basic gunplay”. The first of these, Inferno Control, kicks off on March 3 and […]

  • First-person camera coming to Guild Wars 2 next month

    ArenNet has announced its adding nonrestrictive first-person view to Guild Wars 2. Here’s what top expect come March 10: First-person Camera: Zooming in all the way will allow players to experience a first-person view. First-person mode is available while standing in place, walking, running, jumping, playing PvP and just about anything else. There aren’t any […]

  • Shadowrun Online signs on with Nordic

    Shadowrun Online has been given a nice little boost thanks to a distribution deal with Nordic Games. Shadowrun Online is a new team tactical RPG from Cliffhanger Productions. Although it’s already available through Steam Early Access, Nordic has agreed to distribute the finished version, which is due on Linux, Mac and PC in the second […]

  • Final Fantasy 15 is 60% finished, game world ten times the size of demo

    Final Fantasy 15 is 60% finished, according to director Hajime Tabata. Speaking with IGN, Tabata said development will kick into high gear once the Episode Duscae demo is released. “It’s about 60% now. People may look at that and say ‘well, you’ve only done five more percent!’ [since 55% in September] but it’s actually a […]

  • Destiny: you don’t need to visit the tower to access your vault

    Destiny players, you asked for it and Bungie has delivered it: you can now swap items in and out of the vault using the companion app. “Destiny needs more vault space” you cry – and yes, this is true. But while we all struggle with the limitations imposed on us by Bungie, we face all […]

  • Mortal Kombat X will contain over 100 Brutalities

    During the Mortal Kombat X stream today, NetherRealm Studios revealed Brutalities are back for the game, and stated there will be over 100 to pull off. You won’t gain any extra experience for being overly cruel with your painful moves, but you will at least get to laugh at some and “cringe” at others, according […]

  • Numenera: Strand is a film based on the game up on Kickstarter

    Numenera, the 2012 Kickstarter success and foundation for Torment: Tides of Numenera, could become a film if the Kickstarter for the movie is successful. With five days left, Monte Cook Games and Swedish film company Valdes/Eriksdotter needs £22,542 to reach its goal. Titled Numenera: Strand, it tells the tale of a drifter who “roams a […]

  • Gran Turismo 6 update adds MINI Clubman Vision, more

    A Mini Cooper has invaded Gran Turismo 6 via a new update. The Mid-Field Raceway track has also been added, and its a new and improved version of the original track from previous Gran Turismos. The new B-Spec Mode feature has also been added which allows the AI driver to race on your behalf. Additional […]

  • Nintendo is bringing New 3DS Xl and some playable titles to PAX East

    Nintendo is bringing New 3DS Xl and Splatoon with it to PAX East next month. The E3 2014 build of the game lets eight players transform into squids in a race for “splattered-paint dominance.” Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. will also be playable and featured in stage presentations at the Nintendo booth. Upcoming or newly released Nintendo […]

  • Battlefield Hardline Premium information seems to have slipped out early

    Battlefield Hardline Premium perks have apparently leaked a bit early, according to a post on Reddit. Over on the Hardline subreddit is an image which was take at a GameStop location, noting two week early access to content additional Battlepacks and more. Here’s the rundown: Four expansions Two weeks early access 12 additional Battlepacks Exclusive […]

  • Final Fantasy: Record Keeper arrives in the US this spring

    Final Fantasy: Record Keeper will be released in the US on iOS and Android this spring, DeNA and Square Enix today. The mobile titles allows players to “relive favorite moments” across all Final Fantasy installments and build a team of classic characters from across the entire franchise. If you sign up for email updates, you […]

  • Battlefield Hardline now available for pre-order, pre-download on Xbox One

    Battlefield Hardline is now available for pre-order and pre-download on Xbox One. You can pre-order it now from the Xbox Store and once you have paid for it, you can start your pre-download. Battlefield Hardline releases on March 17, and will be made available to pre-downloaders come 12.01am EDT. Check pricing and availability for your […]

  • Dying Light interactive video allows you switch between day and night

    A new video for Dying Light has been released, which allows you to hit the Z key to change between day and night. Titles Life and Death in the Quarantine Zone, the interactive story video showcases how the game changes between day and night. Daytime and nighttime are shown side-by-side but the z key allows […]

  • Havoc DLC for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare out on PS3, PS4; PC delayed

    The Havoc DLC for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is now available for PlayStation 3 and PS4. Havoc contains the four multiplayer maps Core, Drift, Sideshow, and Urban along with the AE4 directed energy assault rifle, its custom variant, and the Exo Zombies cooperative mode. You can purchase the DLC separately or pick up the […]

  • Here’s a teaser for Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode 2

    A teaser video for the second episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 is available, so if you’ve yet to play the first episode, you may want to skip this. Resident Evil Revelations 2′s first episode is out now. Thanks, GamesHQMedia.

  • North American eShop update is full of Donkey Kong games

    Nintendo has updated the North American end of the eShop with Titan Attacks, Donkey Kong Land, Donkey Kong Country and more. eShop on 3DS Ironfall Invasion Titan Attacks! Donkey Kong Land – Virtual Console Donkey Kong Land 2 – Virtual Console Donkey Kong Land 3 – Virtual Console Luv Me Buddies Wonderland Around the World […]

  • Venture into the Valley of the Yetis next week in Far Cry 4

    The next batch of Far Cry 4 DLC, Valley of the Yetis, releases in March and Ajay Ghale will be tasked with surviving violent cultists and the mythical Yeti. Apparently the cult is looking for a secret hidden in the valley, and Ajay has discovered their motives. The DLC features co-op with a friend taking […]

  • The Butcher’s AK/CAR Mod Pack out for Payday 2, has dino masks

    The 19th DLC pack for Payday 2 title The Butcher’s AK/CAR Mod Pack is available on Steam from today. The pack will run you $4.99/€4.99 and features: 11 new weapon modifications for the AK rifles in the game 11 new weapon modifications for the CAR rifles in the game Four new masks together with their […]

  • Battle Chasers slated for PC, consoles; comic picks up where 2001 storyline left off

    Darksiders creator Joe Madureira and Vigil co-founder Ryan Stefanelli have confirmed a Battle Chasers game and a new comic are in the works at their new studio Airship Syndicate. Speaking to Polygon, Madureira and Stefanelli wouldn’t provide details on the the game, but did divulge it will be an adventure RPG with player-controlled Battle Chasers […]

  • Shovel Knight, Hotline Miami 2 discounted for Sony’s annual Spring Fever Sale

    Sony is hosting its annual Spring Fever Sale which runs for eight weeks and features a new title each week. The sale starts next week on March 3 with the launch of Helldivers. Here’s just a few items included in the sale: HELLDIVERS (PS4/PS3/PS Vita) March 3 Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (PS4/PS3/PS Vita) March […]